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Cocoon

Even butterflies had to crawl before they could fly

Ladies & Gentlemen: I am back, although I never really went away. I will explain fully the reasons for my hiatus but at a later date. For now I just want to end the neglect of the website. Things have worked well, others have not. While I try to re-build my life after these past few  tumultuous months, I thank you for staying with me. Especially those people, who helped me through some dastardly times I have had as of late. Its not been fun guys, I have felt broken, sub-human almost at what has transpired against me.

However, it has happened for the best, one door closes – many more open. Although I felt defeated and disgraced to some degree, I am now slowly rebuilding myself. Its been an eye-opener, believe me – I had no idea things would happen the  way they did. But, the way forward now has my concentration and so far I would like to put forward some thoughts and ideas.

I have tried to make this website as interesting and entertaining as possible. It can only be as good as the contents. I admit, its not as interactive as I’d like it to be, teething problems still exist. My administrator hasn’t implemented the changes I had asked for, but no matter, the website is still live.

As for the horizon seekers – it hasn’t been the success as I had envisioned, though – I am not going to abandon it just yet, may be not ever. What I am going to do I add a new feature in the up-coming months, something similar but with different rules. I am also going to update a few current features and see how things go from there.

Once again, my apologies for having been away so long – it hasn’t been an easy time for me. But Thank you for being here regardless, stay tuned.

Kinship

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When I was starting off, I felt a bit like the kid in Dr Suess’ “Oh! the places you’ll go” because I felt purposeful and enthusiastic. I wanted to make a name for myself and thought it could easily be done. Quickly I found that my absent minded enthusiasm was my downfall. For me it was an adventure, something I had never attempted. For the rest of the free thinking world it had all been done before.

“I’m sorry kid but your idea has already been done. We’ve seen everything you’ve got to offer before”

That’s what it felt like. Quickly, like an outlaw of the literary world I started to clutch at straws. I was begging for reviews, looking for a quick way out. I missed something very important in my train of thought. If its all been done before, if the world has seen something like me before then there’s a chance, it (whatever it is) is out there somewhere and will be sympathetic towards me. Logic kicked in and I was right. There were author’s like me out there.

In this abysmal reality we call life, we will come across kindred spirits. Men and Women who relate to our struggle and with no clandestine intentions, help you. My experiences with these lovely people have left me touched and reinvigorated. One of whom I would publicly like to thank is Carolyn Arnold. She is the Author of Ties That Bind and selflessly offered me an author interview. Which she, to this very day, on a regular basis tweets to her many followers. Please visit her website here to see the other wonders she’s written and writing.

You see there are real people out there, treasures, who will help you. This my friends is kinship, friendship at its best and I just want to thank all my internet buddies like Carolyn who helped me and continue to do so. I am on a quest now to find many more. Pull up a chair, let’s get involved.